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Installing gas tank on 1965 mustang

Our sending uint came with 2 gaskets. we thought it only needed 1. Can you please tell us where the second gasket goes or maybe show us a diagram

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One gasket is betwen the sending unit and the tank,but at some models there is a thin spacer betwen the sending unit and the tank,that's why you need 2 gaskets in thous models,if you got no spacer,skip one gasket.

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You only need one

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